CONTENTSAt A Glance 4-5Season Preview 6National Records 7Coaching Staff 8-9Schedule 10Roster 11Seniors 12-13Juniors 14Sophomores 15-19Freshmen 19NAIA All-Americans 20All-Time Program Stats 21 2014-2015 Results 22Facilities 23
Quick ReferenceOlivet Nazarene University is located in Bourbonnais, Ill.Founded: 1907Enrollment: 4,916 for fall 2015 semesterNickname: TigersSchool Colors: Purple and GoldAffi liation: NAIAConference: CCACUniversity President: Dr. John C. BowlingFaculty Representative: Tony GrimmDirector of Athletics: Gary NewsomeSports Information: Nick Birkey - 815-928-5565Head Athletic Trainer: B.J. Geasa - 815-928-5415Athletics Administrative Assistant: Dawn Waldron - 815-939-5372Athletics Offi ce Fax: 815-939-7933
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UNDERGRADUATEAREAS OF STUDYIncludes majors, minors and concentrations
STUDENTSMore than 4,800 — 2,900 of them undergrads --— from nearly every U.S. state, 20 countries and 40 religious denominations.
ADMISSION Based on ACT score and high school records (college transcripts for transfer students). For incoming freshmen, average ACT score is 24.
ACADEMICS More than 120 areas of study off ered through the School of Business, School of Engineering and Technology, School of Life and Health Sciences, School of Education, School of Music, School of Th eology and Christian Ministry, and the College of Arts and Sciences. Study- abroad opportunities have included Australia, China, Costa Rica, Ecuador, England, Egypt, Romania, Japan, Uganda, Washington, D.C., and Los Angeles.
ACCREDITATION Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education, the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education, the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, the American Dietetics Association, the Council on Social Work Education, the National Association of Schools of Music, the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education and the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.
CAMPUS Beautiful, park-like campus features 31 major buildings on 250 acres. Located in the Village of Bourbonnais, Ill., just 50 miles south of Chicago’s Loop, with additional School of Graduate and Continuing Studies locations in Rolling Meadows and Oak Brook, Ill.; Indianapolis, Ind.; Grand Ledge and Grand Rapids, Mich.; and Hong Kong.
SPIRITUAL LIFEChristian community committed to making worship of God the central focus of our lives. Our faith in Jesus Christ cannot be separated from the educational experience, and we seek to honor God in all we learn, say and do. Th rough chapel services, each segment of the University community has the opportunity to join with others in worship and receive instruction in the Word and encouragement to serve. Notable and world-renowned speakers regularly address the Olivet community during chapel.
ATHLETICSAt Olivet Nazarene University, student-athletes compete on 21 intercollegiate teams. Olivet provides competitive athletic awards and scholarships for qualifying candidates. Varsity teams for men include basketball, baseball, cheerleading, cross country, football, golf, soccer, swimming, tennis, and track and fi eld. Varsity women compete in basketball, cheerleading, cross country, golf, soccer, soft ball, swimming, tennis, track and fi eld, and volleyball. In addition to varsity sports, more than half of the student body participates in Olivet’s thriving intramural and club sports programs.
CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONSMore than 90 clubs and organizations representing diverse interests, including campus newspaper, yearbook and literary magazine, ROTC, radio broadcasting (Shine.FM), numerous choral and instrumental ensembles (including marching band and the University orchestra), drama and musical theatre performances, intramural athletics, as well as community volunteer and spiritual life organizations.
ALUMNI Olivet Nazarene University has graduated many notable alumni who have given back to the University, the Olivet region, the Church and the world in so many ways. Th ere are more than 37,000 alumni living around the world.
GRADUATE STUDIES AND PROGRAMSBusiness: Bachelor of Applied Science in Management, Bachelor of Business Administration,+ Master of Organizational Leadership, Master of Business AdministrationCriminal Justice: Bachelor of Science in Criminal JusticeEducation: Safety and Driver Education Endorsement, English as a Second Language Endorsement, Middle School Endorsement, Reading Endorsement, Teacher Leader Endorsement,* Master of Arts in Education: Curriculum and Instruction,+ Master of Arts in Education: Library Information Specialist, Master of Arts in Education: Reading Specialist,+ Doctor of Education: Ethical Leadership – InterdisciplinaryEngineering: Master of Engineering Management Nursing: Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing,* Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN-BSN), Master of Science in Nursing,* Master of Science in Nursing: Family Nurse Practitioner, Family Nurse Practitioner Certifi cationMinistry: Master of Arts: Biblical Studies, Master of Arts: Christian Ministry, Master of Arts: Family Ministry, Master of Arts: Pastoral Ministry, Master of Arts in Religion, Master of Arts: Pastoral Leadership,* Master of Ministry, Master of Ministry in Spanish, Master of Divinity, Bachelor of Practical Ministry, Master of Practical Ministry, Master of Arts: Urban Pastor Leadership
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* online + classroom and online
2015–2016 Season Preview
Th e Olivet Nazarene University women’s basketball team enters this season as a veteran group looking to continue the up-tempo tradition laid before them. Th e Tigers currently hold 18 NAIA records. Last season was yet another year marked by fast-paced basketball and record-setting accomplishments. Th e team fi nished that season in fi rst place in seven NAIA categories and broke a total of four NAIA records. Among those, the Tigers broke their own scoring record, setting a new collegiate (NCAA and NAIA) women’s basketball all-time scoring record of 108.3 points per game. Th is season, the Tigers are hungry for a run to compete on the big stage at the NAIA National Championship Tournament in Sioux City, Iowa. Th ey will look to their tough regular season schedule as preparation for earning their spot, while continuing to grow their national reputation.
Th e Tigers’ schedule this season is one of the toughest in the league. With the addition of St. Ambrose University (Iowa), the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference (CCAC) is as strong as ever. Th e Tigers will compete against St. Xavier, (Ill.), Cardinal Stritch University (Wis.), Robert Morris-Illinois, and Purdue University-Calumet (Ind.) — all of which are expected to be highly ranked in the NAIA Preseason Coaches Top-25 Poll. Th ey will also face strong non-conference competition against St. Francis (Ind.) and Marian University (Ind.) early in the season.
Taking their annual holiday trip again this year, the Tigers will travel over Th anksgiving to San Juan, Puerto Rico, to play against Sacred Heart University (Puerto Rico) and Pikeville College (Ky.). In December, the Tigers will travel to Branson, Missouri, to play in Th e College of the Ozarks Classic. Th ere, they will face nationally recognized competition against the host school and Oklahoma Wesleyan (Okla.).
With the Tigers’ returning twelve players from last season and the addition of two transfer sophomores and two freshmen, this veteran group is determined and ready to compete.
HELD BY ONUSEASON RECORDSScoring Average 108.3, 2014-15Th ree-Point FG’s Made 567 (1818 attempts) 2013-14*Games Scoring At least 100 Points 24, 2013-2014Steals 735, 2010-11 (34 games)Assists 785, 2006-07 (33 games)Th ree Point FG’s Attempted 1841 (32 games), 2012-13Steals Average 21.6, (735 in 34 games), 2010-11Assists Average 23.8, 2006-07 (785 in 33 games)Th ree-Point FG Attempts Average 58.6 (1871 in 31 games) 2014-15Th ree-Point FG’s Made Average 17.4 (540 in 31 games) 2014-15
SINGLE-GAME RECORDSField Goals Attempted 124, ONU vs. Illinois Tech, Jan. 15, 2005Th ree-Point Field Goals Made 27, ONU vs. Illinois Tech, Jan. 10, 2006 (64 attempts) 27, ONU vs. RMU, Jan.16, 2014 (66 attempts)Th ree-Point FG’s Made, Both Teams: 33, ONU (18) vs. St. Francis (15), Feb. 10, 2007Th ree-Point FG’s Attempted 73, ONU vs. Bethel (IN), Nov. 3, 2006Th ree-Point FG’s Attempted, Both Teams 97, ONU (55) vs. St. Francis (42), Feb. 10, 2007Field Goals Attempted Average 95.4 (3245 in 34 games), 2010-11Points by a Losing Team 124, ONU vs. Marian University (135), Nov. 5, 2014Most Points by Both Teams 259, ONU (124) vs. Marian University (135), Nov. 5, 2014
Education• Olivet Nazarene University, Master of Organizational Leadership (2009)• University of Redlands, Bachelor of Arts: Biology (2005)
Professional Experience• Olivet Nazarene University, Head Women’s Basketball Coach/Associate Professor (2012-present)• Olivet Nazarene University, Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach/Resident Director (2009-2012)• Olivet Nazarene University, Graduate Assistant (2007-2009)• Glendale Community College, Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach (2005-2006)• Arizona Th under, Assistant Coach (2006)
Professional Associations• Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA)• Illinois Basketball Coaches Association (IBCA)
AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONAs a coach:• NAIA National Tournament Appearances (2014, 2013)• Round of 16 at NAIA National Tournament (2014)• National Scoring Leaders (2015, 2014, 2013)• IBCA Coach of the Year (2014, 2013)
As a player:• Ranks eighth all-time in scoring (University of Redlands)• Th ree-time California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference All-Conference selection• Baldwin Award recipient (University of Redlands), awarded to player who best exhibits sports- manship
Career Record Wins Losses2014-2015 20 112013-2014 23 112012-2013 23 9Career Totals 66 31
Education• Olivet Nazarene University, Bachelor of Arts: English Education (2009)
Professional Experience• Olivet Nazarene University, Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach (2009-2010, 2013-present)• Bradley Bourbonnais Community High School, English Teacher (2011-present)• Bradley Bourbonnais Community High School, Assistant Girls Basketball Coach (2011- 2013), Head Junior Varsity Soft ball Coach (2011-2015)
Professional Associations• Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA)
AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONAs a player:• Two-time Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference (CCAC) Champion• NAIA National Tournament Appearance (2009)• Ranked ninth in program history in career rebounds, 16th in career steals
Brooke PetersonAssistant Coach
Education• Olivet Nazarene University, Pursuing Master of Business Administration Olivet Nazarene University, Bachelor of Arts: Sociology (2015)
Professional Experience• Olivet Nazarene University, Women’s Basketball Graduate Assistant (2015-present)• Olivet Nazarene University, Women’s Basketball practice squad member (2013-2015)
AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONAs a student:• Student Leadership Award recipient (2014)• Freshman Connections Mentor (2013-2015)
Chase DeatonGraduate Assistant
2015–16 ScheduleDATE OPPONENT TIMEOctober23 Kankakee Community College (Homecoming-Exhibition) 5:15 p.m.
November4 Ashford University (Iowa) 7 p.m.11 @ University of Saint Francis (Ind.) 7 p.m. (EST) 13-14 Olivet Nazarene University Classic Bethel College (Ind.) 7:30 p.m. Marian University (Ind.) 3 p.m. 18 Trinity Christian College (Ill.)* 5:30 p.m.21 Judson University (Ill.)* 1 p.m.24 @ Purdue University-Calumet (Ind.)* 5 p.m. 27-28 Puerto Rico Classic vs. University of Sacred Heart (P.R.) 11 a.m. (EST) vs. Pikeville College (Ky.) 11 a.m. (EST)
December2 @ Calumet College of St. Joseph (Ind.)* 5 p.m.5 @ Saint Ambrose University (Iowa)* 1 p.m.10 Governor’s State University 7 p.m.16 @ Robert Morris University – Illinois* 5 p.m.30-31 College of the Ozarks Classic (Pt. Lookout, Mo.) @ College of the Ozarks (Mo.) 7 p.m. vs. Oklahoma Wesleyan University 1 p.m.
January7 Indiana University-South Bend* 5:30 p.m. 9 Roosevelt University (Ill.)* 1 p.m.13 @ University of Saint Francis (Ill.)* 5:15 p.m.16 @ Trinity International University (Ill.)* 1 p.m.20 Holy Cross College (Ind.)* 5:30 p.m.23 Saint Xavier University (Ill.)* 1 p.m.27 @ Trinity Christian College (Ill.)* 5:30 p.m.30 @ Cardinal Stritch University (Wis.)* 1 p.m.
February3 Purdue University-Calumet (Ind.)* 5:30 p.m.6 Calumet College of St. Joseph (Ind.)* 1 p.m.10 @ Ashford University (Iowa) 7 p.m.13 @ Indiana University-South Bend* 1 p.m. (EST)17 University of Saint Francis (Ill.)* 5:30 p.m.20 @ Holy Cross College (Ind.)* 1 p.m. (EST)24-27 Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference Tournament
March9-15 NAIA National Championship TBA
No. Name Cl. Pos. Ht. Hometown 3 Ashley Freeman JR G 5-6 Hartford, Wis. 4 Lauren Rouse SO G 5-7 Mundelein, Ill. 5 Carlee Nicolas JR G 5-6 Momence, Ill. 10 Stef Bazigos SO G 5-6 Glen Ellyn, Ill. 11 Sierra Riley FR G 5-6 Rockford, Ill. 12 Ally Giampapa SO G 5-7 Bartlett, Ill. 14 Maggie Schmidt SO F 5-9 Eldridge, Iowa 15 Chelsea Rhodes SO G 5-5 Milwaukee, Wis.20 Jayne Stuart SR G 5-8 Jackson, Mich. 21 Tori Lemke SO F 5-10 Brillion, Wis. 22 Abbey Hengesbach SR G 5-9 Westphalia, Mich. 23 Amelia Denison SO G 5-8 Dearborn, Mich. 24 Trinity Davis SO G 5-8 Sheppard AFB, Texas 25 Jess Learned FR F 5-10 Washington, Ill. 30 Kayla Krassman JR F 5-11 Hartford, Wis. 44 Capriana Christian SO G 5-8 Vacaville, Calif.
Height: 5-5Hometown: Momence, Ill. High School: MomenceMajor: Criminal JusticeFamily: Julie; Jenna
Carlee Nicolas - #5Junior Season (2014-2015): Appeared in all 31 games…averaged 8.6 points and 2.5 rebounds in 14 minutes of play…had a career-high 24 points against Holy Cross College (Ind.) on February 7, 2015…fi nished the season ranked 42nd in NAIA DII in Total 3-Point Field Goals Made with 67.
Sophomore Season (2013-2014): Appeared in 29 games... averaged 4.2 points and 1.4 rebounds... twice scored a season-high 11 points: January 30, 2014 vs. Trinity Christian College (Ill.) and at the NAIA National Tournament vs. Concordia University (Neb.) on March 12, 2014.
Freshman Season (2012-2013): Medical redshirt.
Prep: Team captain... All-Sangamon Valley Conference... All-Area.
Height: 5-8Hometown: Jackson, Mich.High School: Lumen Christi CatholicMajor: Physical Education and HealthFamily: Mary and Mike; Caelan, Phillip
Jayne Stuart - #20Junior Season (2014-2015): Appeared in all 31 games, started 24…second on the team in scoring, averaging 12.4 points per game…second in assists with 101…led Tigers in free-throw percentage, fi nishing 73-for-97 (.753)…named CCAC All-Academic.
Sophomore Season (2013-2014): Appeared in all 34 games... averaged 6.4 points and 2.8 rebounds... started her TigerBall career with a season-high 17 points vs. Briar Cliff University (Mich.) on November 1, 2013.
Freshman Season (2012-2013): Jackson Community College
Height: 5-9Hometown: Westphalia, Mich.High School: PewamoWestphalia High SchoolMajor: PsychologyFamily: Warren and Dicksie; Brie
Abbey Hengesbach - #22Junior Season (2014-2015): Appeared in 30 games…led the Tigers in almost all statistical categories, including: points (674), points per game (22.5), assists (177), steals (124), total rebounds (201) and rebounds per game (6.7)…posted a season-high 40 points on November 5, 2014, against Marian University (Ind.)…fi nished with a triple-double against the University of St. Francis (Ill.) on February 4, 2014, 10 rebounds, 10 assists and 23 points…ranks second in the NAIA DII in Assists per Game (5.9) and Steals per Game (4.133), fourth in Total Scoring (674), Total Assists (177) and Points per Game (22.467)…named CCAC First Team All-Conference…team MVP…became fi rst player in TigerBall history to earn NAIA Second Team All-American honors.
Sophomore Season (2012-2013): Concordia University (Mich.)...fi nished with 643 points, averaging 18.91 per game…averaged 8.0 rebounds, 4.0 assists and 1.62 steals…NAIA First Team All-American.
Freshman Season: Davenport University (Mich.)…fi nished with 409 points, averaging 12.39 per game…averaged 4.76 rebounds, 1.39 assists and 1.55 steals.
Prep: Four-time CMAC First Team All-Conference... four-time First Team All-Area... All-State Class C First Team (2010), Honorable Mention (2011, 2008), Special Mention (2009)... four-time CMAC Conference Champions... District Champions (2011, 2010)... Regional Champions (2011)... named BCAM Best of the Best Class C (2011)... named BCAM Class C All-Star Team (2011).
Freshman Spoints, averand 1.55 ste
Prep: Four-Team All-AMention (20ConferenceChampions named BCA
Height: 5-6Hometown: Hartford, Wis.High School: Slinger Major: NursingFamily: Fred and Kim; Bradley
Sophomore Season (2014-2015): Appeared in all 31 games, started 25…in 15.7 minutes of play, averaged seven points…tied a career-high with 18 points in season opener against Indiana Tech…CCAC All-Academic honoree.
Freshman Season (2013-2014): Appeared in all 34 games... averaged 4.9 points, 1.9 rebounds and 1.0 steals... career high 18 points vs. Madonna University (Mich.) on December 20, 2013.
Prep: Named Wisconsin Little Ten Conference (WLTC) All-Conference Honorable Mention...ranked eighth in scoring in WLTC.
Height: 5-11Hometown: Hartford, Wis.High School: Hartford Union High SchoolMajor: PsychologyFamily: Brian and Renee; Kristina, Kendra
Kayla Krassman - #30Sophomore Season (2014-2015): Appeared in all 31 games, started 29…led team in three-point shots made with 97…averaged 10.0 points per game in 17.7 minutes of play…scored a career-high 24 points in season opener on October 31, 2014, against Indiana Tech, all from three-point shots…named CCAC All-Academic.
Freshman Season (2013-2014): Saw limited action due to injury... ap-peared in 18 games.
Prep: Little 10 Conference Honorable Mention (2013)... Little 10 Con-ference Second
Team (2012)... Coaches Award – Off ensive Player of the Year (2012).
Ashley Freeman - #3
Freshman Season (2014-2015): Appeared in all 31 games…averaged 3.3 rebounds and 1.7 points per game…had a season-high 13 total re-bounds against Holy Cross College (Ind.) on February 2, 2015.
Prep: Averaged eight points and two steals per game.
Freshman Season (2014-2015): Roosevelt University (Ill.)
Prep: Averaged 10.8 points and 2.4 steals. Named All-Metro Suburban Conference and all-area during her junior season.
Height: 5-7Hometown: Mundelein, Ill.High School: MundeleinMajor: Physical Education and HealthFamily: Steve and Laura; Brad, Lynn
Stef Bazigos - #10
Lauren Rouse - #4
Height: 5-6Hometown: Glen Ellyn, Ill.High School: Glenbard SouthMajor: CommunicationsFamily: Jerry and Anna; Stacy, Ellen, Dimitra, Danny, Stan, Spyro
Height: 5-7Hometown: Bartlett, Ill.High School: Bartlett HighMajor: PsychologyFamily: Sam and Deborah; Sammy, Anthony
Freshman Season (2014-2015): Appeared in all 31 games, started fi ve…fi nished the season ranked fi ft h in the NAIA DII in Total Th ree-Point Field Goals Made with 83…averaged 9.7 points per game and 3.0 rebounds in 15.8 minutes…second on team with 64 steals…scored a season-high 20 points against Missouri Baptist University on November 12, 2014.
Prep: Named Fox Valley – Upstate 8 All-Conference... Daily Herald All-Area... MVP... averaged 10.3 points, 3.1 assists and two rebounds per game.
Height: 5-9Hometown: Mahomet, Ill.High School: Mahomet-SeymourMajor: EngineeringFamily: John and Jacki; Olivia, Carter
Maggie Schmidt - #14Freshman Season (2014-2015): Appeared in 30 games…third on team with 4.1 rebounds per game…averaged 5.5 points in 12.9 minutes…posted a season-high 16 points against Ashford University (Iowa) on November 22, 2014.
Prep: Named Honorable Mention IHSA All-State, Cornbelt Confer-ence First Team All-Conference and First Team All-Area (2014)... team captain... averaged 15.2 points, 7.3 rebounds, four assists and 2.5 steals per game.
Ally Giampapa - #12
Freshman Season (2014-2015): Appeared in 25 games before season-ending injury…averaged 2.2 points and 2.0 rebounds with 26 steals and 15 assists…season-high eight points against Grace College (Ind.) on November 15, 2014.
Prep: Named First Team All-Conference... voted MVP... averaged 18.9 points and fi ve rebounds per game.
Freshman Season (2014-2015): Appeared in 29 games…fi nished second on the team with 132 rebounds, averaging 6.7 per game…averaged 8.3 points in 15.2 minutes of play…season-high 16 points against Indiana University-Northwest on November 21, 2014.
Prep: Led BHS to 14-3 record and second place fi nish in Olympian Conference... averaged 13.4 points and 5.8 rebounds per game... letter winner in volleyball and soft ball... member of National Honor Society.
Height: 5-5Hometown: Milwaukee, Wis.High School: Pulaski Major: Child DevelopmentFamily: Alfreda; Aqualania, Isaiah, Darius, Edwin
Tori Lemke - # 21
Chelsea Rhodes - #15
Height: 5-10Hometown: Brillion, Wis.High School: Brillion Major: EngineeringFamily: James and Tracy
Height: 5-8Hometown: Dearborn, Mich.High School: Southfi eld Christian Major: NursingFamily: Andy and Colleen; Ryan, Seth
Freshman Season (2014-2015): Appeared in all 31 games…averaged 1.8 points and 1.3 rebounds per game…posted a career-high six points on February 4, 2015, against the University of St. Francis (Ill.).
Prep: Named Honorable Mention All-State by the Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan... named Second Team All-Michigan Indepen-dent Athletic Conference... averaged 13.8 points, 3.8 rebounds and 2.1 steals per game... two-time captain... member of National Honor Soci-ety... graduated summa sum laude.
Height: 5-8Hometown: Sheppard Air Force Base, TexasHigh School: BurkburnettMajor: Criminal Justice/Pre-lawFamily: Douglas and Tina; Danielle
Trinity Davis - #24Freshman Season (2014-2015): Murray State College (Texas)… aver-aged 7.4 points, just under three rebounds and shot 72 percent from the free-throw line.
Prep: As a senior, she averaged 20.1 points, 5.0 assists, 2.0 rebounds, 3.5 steals and shot 92 percent from the free-throw line…was named All-Red River Conference First Team and district MVP…named an All-Red River Conference First Team selection her freshman through junior seasons… named Off ensive Player of the Year her junior year.
Amelia Denison - #23
Freshman Season (2014-2015): Appeared in all 31 games, started fi ve…produced a season-high 20 points against the University of St. Francis (Ill.) on November 25, 2014…fi nished the season averaging 6.6 points and 3.4 rebounds.
Prep: As a senior, averaged 18.4 points and 6.7 rebounds per game... named First Team All-League... off ensive MVP... lettered in cross coun-try and swimming.Height: 5-8
Hometown: Vacaville, Calif.High School: Vacaville HighMajor: NursingFamily: Jeff and Delia; Alia
Jess Learned - #25
Capriana Christian - #44
Height: 5-10Hometown: Washington, Ill.High School: Washington High SchoolMajor: SpanishFamily: Dan and Carol; Amy, Wes, and Ben
Prep: As a senior, averaged 15.9 points, 4.7 rebounds, 1.8 assists and shot 83 percent from the free-throw line…named IBCA 3A/4A Second Team All-State, All-State Th ird Team, Mid-Illini First Team All-Conference, First Team All-Area, Jan Smith Female Athlete of the Year, Manuel Tournament MVP and MLK Tournament MVP.
Sierra Riley - #11Height: 5-6Hometown: Rockford, Ill.High School: Rockford Christian High SchoolMajor: Pre-pharmacyFamily: Mike and Stacy; Savannah and Sophie
Prep: As a senior, averaged 7.6 points, 3.2 rebounds, 2.8 assists and 1.4 steals…named Big Northern All-Conference Honorable Mention from 2012-14…was a sectional qualifi er in the IHSA 3-Point Shootout as a freshman and was a state qualifi er as a senior.
Christina Golden 2001 (HM)
Hilary Disch2007 (HM)
Danielle Pipal2011 (HM)
Danielle Tolbert2012 (HM)
Miranda Geever2014 (3rd Team)
Abbey Hengesbach2015 (2nd Team)
NAIA NATIONALCHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCES
All-Time Program Stats
1,000 POINT CLUBHilary Disch 1875Karren Tingley 1733Carissa Stiefel 1675Stacey Mann 1648Erica Martin 1645Courtney Hehn 1597Candace Lahr 1552Miranda Geever 1500Cathy DeFries 1478Pam Langellier 1417Kellie Mullin 1403Lanita Th omas 1364Mindy Shelburne 1351Liz Bart 1283Carrie Althoff 1226Diana Wendell 1220Michelle Luginbill 1197Holly Schacht 1177Christina Golden 1143Keri Gaskill 1106Danielle Tolbert 1088Taylor Haymes 1049Malory Adam 1044Poppy Miller 1019
TOP 20 LEADERS IN ASSISTS1. Candace Lahr 5112. Jade Stanlick 4923. Diana Wendell 4764. Mindy Shelburne 4555. Danielle Pipal 4356. Niki Disch 4137. Hilary Disch 4018. Codi Jaeger 3919. Miranda Geever 3909. Carissa Stiefel 39010. Bethany Botzum 32811. Stacey Maurer 30712. Erica Martin 27413. Sarah Luginbill 26814. Holly Disch 25415. Karren Tingley 24216. Lisa Beyer 23317. Rochelle Durbin 23218. Jayne Stuart 22819. Kari Myers 21720. Carrie Althoff 217
TOP 10 LEADERS IN BLOCKED SHOTS1. Stacey Mann 2852. Malory Adam 2103. Jamie Buckman 1694. Karren Tingley 1685. Carrie Althoff 1466. Julie Erff emeyer 1397. Sandy Cabadas 1338. Cara Landis 1009. Alynn Vanden Bosch 9710. Stacey Maurer 97
TOP 20 LEADERS IN STEALS1. Hilary Disch 3982. Miranda Geever 3703. Diana Wendell 3114. Karren Tingley 3105. Danielle Pipal 3086. Candace Lahr 2937. Codi Jaeger 2768. Carissa Stiefel 2429. Kelly Harless 23910. Sarah Luginbill 23211. Holly Disch 22812. Rochelle Durbin 21713. Niki Disch 21114. Jade Stanlick 20815. Mindy Shelburne 20016. Courtney Hehn 17517. Stacey Maurer 17118. Brooke Peterson 16619. Erica Martin 16420. Kellie Mullin 159
Top 10 Leaders in Free-Th row Percentage1. Pam Langellier 83.0%2. Erica Martin 82.5%3. Alynn Vanden Bosch 81.5%4. Diana Wendell 79.4%5. Hilary Disch 79.2%6. Michelle Luginbill 77.4%7. Pam Leerar 76.3%7. Niki Disch 76.3%9. Courtney Neil 75.8%10. Poppy Miller 74.5%
TOP 20 LEADERS IN REBOUNDS1. Karren Tingley 12452. Stacey Mann 11083. Lanita Th omas 7684. Cathy DeFries 6985. Jaimie Buckman 6766. Michelle Luginbill 6757. Stacey Maurer 6608. Poppy Miller 6479. Malory Adam 64310. Carrie Althoff 61811. Brooke Peterson 61612. Kelly Harless 60313. Natalie Gatlin 58414. Keri Gaskill 56015. Carrie Dorsey 54616. Christina Golden 54617. Candace Lahr 51518. Sondra Dittmer 49819. Sarah Luginbill 47320. Carissa Stiefel 472
Record: 20-11; Home: 11-4; Away: 8-7; Neutral: 1-1; Conference: 11-6
Date Opponent Result
10/31 Indiana Institute of Technology (Homecoming) W, 136-94
11/5 @ Marian University (Ind.) L, 135-124
11/8 Lindenwood University-Belleville (Ill.) L, 98-88
11/12 Missouri Baptist University W, 115-84
11/15 (RV) Grace College (Ind.) W, 122-87
11/19 @ (10) Purdue University Calumet (Ind.) L, 122-91
11/21-22 Holiday Inn Express hosted by Olivet Nazarene University
(RV) Indiana University Northwest W, 104-100
Ashford University (Iowa) W, 101-90
11/25 @ University of Saint Francis (Ill.)* W, 126-112
12/3 @ Clarke University (Iowa) W, 101-78
12/6 Holy Cross College (Ind.)* W, 108-74
12/10 Calumet College of St. Joseph (Ind.)* W, 121-61
12/13 @ (16) Huntington College (Ind.) L, 124-106
12/17-18 JustAgame Holiday Classic at Wisconsin Dells, Wis.
vs. William Penn College (Iowa) W, 120-103
vs. Buena Vista University (Iowa) W, 116-110
1/3 @ (RV) Indiana University Northwest L, 98-95
1/10 @ Judson University (Ill.)* W, 127-87
1/14 (21) Robert Morris University – Illinois* L, 104-83
1/17 @ (4) Saint Xavier University (Ill.)* L, 105-97
1/19 Indiana University-South Bend* W, 115-77
1/21 Trinity International University (Ill.)* W, 101-53
1/24 Roosevelt University (Ill.)* W, 107-70
1/28 @ Trinity Christian College (Ill.)* W, 103-78
1/31 (11) Purdue University Calumet (Ind.)* L, 106-96
2/4 University of Saint Francis (Ill.)* L, 110-108
2/7 @ Holy Cross College (Ind.)* W, 113-73
2/11 @ Calumet College of St. Joseph (Ind.)* W, 128-71
2/14 @ (RV) Ashford University (Iowa) W, 111-97
2/18 (5) Cardinal Stritch University (Wis.)* W, 133-100
2/21 @ Indiana University-South Bend (Senior Day)* L, 101-96
2/25 @ (6) Cardinal Stritch University (Wis.) L, 94-64
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23VARSITY WEIGHT ROOM
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2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015
All Time National Scoring Leaders - 108.3 ppg